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extraneous material on the subject of my special order, honoring congressman jerry costello and his distinguished service in congress. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. lipinski: mr. speaker, i rise today to honor great legislator and personal friend, congressman jerry costello, who will retire at the house of representatives at the end of this 112th congress. jerry has long been known as one of the most respected and well-liked men of congress since he took office in 1988. it's my honor to lead this special order in his honor. i knew jerry before i was elected to congress in 2004 and i had the privilege to working in his congressional office in the mid 1990's. today we serve together on two house committees, the transportation and infrastructure committee and the science, space and technology committee. jerry has been an important mentor to me throughout my time here. i've always been impressed with his work on behalf of his constituents and his work to improve america's transportation network. he is someone who is here to get things done and he knows how to do it. hi
the terminal where we're allowed to have liquids? our report from nbc's tom costello. >> reporter: an unexpected sight at the columbus airport, two tsa officers holding a test strip over passenger's drinks to check for explosive vapors, after the passengers had already cleared security and bought the beverage in the concourse. dan holland was there with his wife and son. >> having someone come up to me and demand that i submit to another search without really any probable cause seems a bit much. >> reporter: the tsa says the drink screening has been going on for years as it employs multiple layers of security throughout the airport. it limited passenger's carry on liquids and gels in 2006. after terrorists plotted to blow up u.s. bound passenger planes with u.s. explosives over the atlantic. screening drinks bought in the gate area is meant to guard against potential threats from inside the concourse, perhaps an employee who could smuggle in an explosive and hand it off to a passenger. but while airline passengers face the prospects of additional screening every day, neither the t
costello explains why. >> reporter: the last great escape of summer 2012. if your mode of transportation involves tires, it turns out a labor day getaway has never been more expensive. gas prices have jumped ten cents in a week, 30 cents in a month. hurricane isaac gets much of the blame as it took aim at louisiana, oil rigs, refineries, even a critical pipeline all shut down. while they escaped unharmed, the downtime pushed prices higher. add in a ruptured pipeline in wisconsin, refinery problems in the midwest, a fire at a california refinery last month and an expensive summer blend, it all spells higher prices. >> americans are faced with the highest prices we've ever seen for labor day weekend across much of the united states. >> reporter: look at los angeles. the average is now $4.16 a gallon. >> of course the motor home is going to be sitting home this weekend because it's going to be way too much money to fill it up. >> reporter:'s heat map shows the least to most expensive states from green to red, 3.78 in massachusetts, $3.97 in new york. and $4.15 in both californi
on a majority of their flights. nbc's tom costello with us from the national airport in d.c. with what is behind this inconvenience. tom, good evening. >> reporter: hi, brian, some travel experts are warning passengers to avoid the hub cities, maybe even board on alternative airlines as the delays mount. last september, 82% of american's flights were on time. so far, only 61% were on time. on sunday, 48%, monday, 39%, tuesday, 45%. today, more delays. what is the problem? well, american has imposed new cost-cutting conditions on its 7500 pilots as it re-organizes under bankruptcy protection. and now, the number of mechanical write-ups by pilots have jumped, some of them nit-picking about seats that don't recline. and each write-up can delay a flight. sick calls are up, as well. the union insists there is absolutely no organized effort here. but whatever the reason, passengers are feeling it. >> tom costello on the trouble on american tonight, thanks. >>> as we mentioned at the top of the broadcast the health alert is out tonight about rice and rice products, everything from cereal to crackers to
tonight. jamie costello is live outside the yard. but, first, let's check in with mike masco to see whether you need an umbrella or rain coat. >> we will need the rain gear. take a look, a live shot, not much happening. there are storms near philadelphia. right now the atmosphere is loaded and ready. i have kept that in the forecast. take a look at the shot. a gorgeous day, feeling more like summer, 80s across many locations. right now we're at 81. dulles 83. eastern shore numbers between 80 and 83. if you're going to the game a mild 77 degrees. keep an eye to the sky. maybe a shower or storm could boil up. the rest of the forecast, your hour by hour will stay into the 70s. we're back on abc2 news at 11. a sure tomorrow could lead to a thunderstorm. we'll time the arrival coming up. >>> this is stressful. i know it's been 15 years, so we get anxiety that goes with the playoff push. >> that's pretty good. listen. we're anxious about the weather tonight. looking at the schedule we thought the orioles have an off day tomorrow. toronto has to be in new york. can't play on monday because
that matter. tonight night the os get a well- deserved break. the fans cannot wait. jamie costello is flying high with the fans at the yard. what a night. >> it was a great night a record-tying night of 7 home runs. it is great to be young and an orioles fan. >> reporter: america's past time is being passed down. >> i think we're getting a lot younger. >> the orioles year on, they are all excited. like you said the whole next generations. >> reporter: the bronze phases of your -- faces of your youth have become fresh again. >> it's just fun to be here. >> i mean they really believe. >> the crowd is young. it's excited. >> we have young people like myself and and my friend here and then people my dad's age are hanging out. >> reporter: a year ago these two were the only ones in their section. a picture proves it. >> there was nobody here. so you have fans bringing whole families here. and you would have had empty seats tonight. >> reporter: buster can feel it. >> the fans are coming out of the woodwork. they all seem to be coming back. >> reporter: the program guide can feel it. >> oh, yeah,
last night. and jamie costello talking to r time is being passed down. >> i think we're getting a lot younger. >> all had their orioles gear on and they're excited. >> reporter: the bronze faces of our youth have become fresh again. >> i think the crowd is stoked. >> it's just fun to be here. >> they really believe. >> reporter: the crowd is young. it's excited. >> we have young people like myself and my friend nicole here, and then we have people that are my dad's age hanging out. >> even the old people are coming back around. >> a year ago these two were the only ones in their section, a picture proves it. >> we have a whole section full of families. the orioles learned a lesson, you have fans coming in with the 8-dollar promotion where you would have had empty seats,. >> the fans are coming out of the wood work. >> reporter: the program guy can feel it. >> oh, yeah, much younger kids. >> reporter: wake up, you don't want to miss this. >> the young kids ain't seen us win. >> reporter: two dogs, a beer and o's baseball. >> dog, the o's what do you think. >> i love it. >> that would b
and 83. and jamie costello and -- shaping up on 95 and 83. and jammy cos test -- jammy cos tell -- jamie costello and i are having a competition on who cancome up with the best o's cheers. >>> thanks for joining us this tuesday morning. the blink of an eye shawnice singletary's life changed. >> her family says she remained positive through the experience and now strangers are reaching out to help. a computer company from massachusetts presented her with a special computer at johns hopkins hospital. it allows her to do all kinds of activities online and also make phone calls and send text messages just by moving her eyes. >> it helps a lot. it helps me to be able to communicate with my family. >> the cost of the equipment would have been more than $8,000 as far as finding the person who shot her, police say they have no suspects and right now no motive either. >>> time for five things to know on this wednesday morning. a hearing on the defamation gation cains kens casey anthony. she is being sued by a woman who says she damaged her reputation during the murder trial of her daughter. antho
are buzzing and it's not because jamie costello is back. are these your replacements? >> reporter: you're looking at three young little guys and little ladies. this is the way it always used to be. i want to introduce you -- you won cal ripken's suburban the night he broke the streak. >> yes, sir. >> how much did you spend? >> more than the last bidder. >> you flew in from san diego last night. >> we flew in about three hours ago, going to catch a game tonight and tomorrow morning make the long trip back to san diego. >> in cal's car. >> in cal's car. they took very good care of us out here. >> now you're cal's friend for life. after two straight losses you're down in the dumps a little bit. keep your chin up. let's in the forget this. enjoy the ride right now. those who ordered your playoff tickets, you could see them in the mail in the next day or two. if you didn't, when they within the on sale, you would scam it for tickets. here's what you need to know. check for colors that are out of registration or smudged ink. also, look for the edges. the paper shouldn't split. it's a big tip
next week. carol costello and "cnn newsroom" begins right now. >>> happening now in the newsroom. demonstrations canceled. egypt's muslim brotherhood calling off nationwide protests. was president obama's phone call behind the move? as we're learning to new arrests linked to the attack on the consulate in libya that killed four americans. >>> the fed's new push to make buying or refinancing a house cheaper. there are questions this morning. will it really help the housing market? >>> plus a second scandal, topless photos of kate middleton published in a french magazine. the royal family fuming this morning. the photos taken during a private vacation on private property. did the magazine break the law? >>> and field goal. play of the night with the packers and bears, green bay thursday night. "newsroom" begins right now. good morning to you. happy friday. i'm carol costello. we fwin with that bit of breaking news. dramatic efforts to tamp down some of the ugliest anti-american violence in the arab world. it comes at a critical time. protests have swept across a massive region, 11
wants to come into view for the coaching job here larry costello looking for an assistant are you interested. and then on the next planned. >>> he has this magical touch to be the right place at the right time five championships as a player great in of the tonight on game day tonight at 1135 >>> frightening moments for a fan and a monster truck rally at of control truck ads for the stands everyone expected to live. that story and more tonight at 630. that is it for eyewitness news at 530 see you in half an hour and a tan and 11, have a good,,,
at milwaukee bucks he says interview for the coaching job larry costello looking for an assistant are you interested? i got on the next line >>> great stuff and i was walking through the phoenix airport i hear a guy and he says a guy may have a beer i look over and it is done nelson. i go there and we to back a couple of cold ones and share stories everytime i interviewed don nelson why does and every coach played the media at the way he plays and has fun with it. a great interview tonight on game day >>> much more of dennis is interview at 1130 new res of reservations from michael jackson's concert for as it going to the movie's not expensive enough. those stories and more at ten on cable,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ask me what it's like when my tempur-pedic moves. [ male announcer ] why not talk to someone who owns an adjustable version of the most highly recommended bed in america? ask me about my tempur advanced ergo. goes up. goes up. ask me what it's like to get a massage anytime you want. goes down. goes down. [ male announcer ] tempur-pedic brand owners are more satisfied than
will be playing at 777 valencia on thursday and friday evening. saturday and sunday evening abbot costello will be play thering. the pictures i showed you before, that was three years ago. this is a very changed street from where the people who were going to speak lived in three years ago. part of what is happening is a transitional problem. people that were living in a very dead block of the mission where we have the pizza place, that was asphalt lot. used to be a used car lot. we have mission cheese, 736, that was empty since 1906. have -- valencia hotel fell off the footings. that was part of the lot. if you hear noise, a lot can be coming from the street. you may recall we did street paving, a brand-new sidewalk. the narrow one is not the same sidewalk. we worked with dpw to widen the assault and -- sidewalk to have a pedestrian experience. we have a lot more traversing the streets and bike lanes. one of the most traveled bike routes in san francisco. so we have lots of activity going out there. i would submit the people we have upstairs are not just because of tacolicious, because it
fever. there's jamie costello. they put together videos and hoping you'll pick theirs. we want to know who has the better cheer. i don't know. i was in jamie's but my money is on lauren. go to vote for your favorite and you can send us your pictures showing off your orioles pride. >>> it's been done by johnny carson and jay leno. now jimmy kimmel is getting his shot to left the awards. this is the late night host's first time hosting the emmys. we talked to him today but he wouldn't give secrets. don't bother asking what he will be wearing. >> i don't know that anycares about the men -- anybody cares about the men's outfits. i think the reason they ask is because they have nothing else to ask. i would like them say "what the hell" are you wearing. >> you can watch it sunday night at 7:00 right here on abc2. >>> they celebrated the last full day of summer. even though she retired in march, she made it back for the part -- party. all of the customers were invited to the party today. >>> the newest show "the list" aired monday night. you can get a neck peek. >> the new iphon
yards, jamie costello. >> all right. we'll see you coming up at 6:00. >>> well, after tonight's double header, we're all going to need some rest before the ravens take on the browns thursday night. it was definitely worth staying up for. the clock ran out. kind of close. it was a sweet revenge for last year's afc championship game and the game was especially meaningful for troy smith. he had an incredible performance. >>> you know the ravens got the w last night. after the game there were criticisms of the officials. last night was the latest in questionable calls and what many are calling a loss of control by the replacement refer reese -- referees. the refs are still locked in a bitter dispute. as the ravens and patriots left the field, new england's coach, bill belichick appeared to have reached his limit, grabbing the arm of an official as he was leaving. he said he did not expect to be fined but will have to wait to see what the nfl response will be. we want to know what you think about it. go to do you think the replacement officials are hurting the game or
to watch our ravens battle the cleveland browns. good evening. i'm jamie costello. >> i saw purple everywhere. everyone wants to know will it be dry tonight? >> let's check in a real referee, mike masco. he's
. nbc's tom costello reports. >> reporter: early morning at beth israel deaconess medical center in boston. >> can you hold your knee up straight like that? >> reporter: and 46-year-old jennifer is headed for the o.r. her second operation in two days. >> is there pain all right? >> reporter: yesterday surgeons made an incision in her abdomen to operate on her spine. today they're finishing the job going in through her back. >> just hoping it fixes everything and i can move on with my life. >> reporter: jennifer is among the many americans that undergo surgery every year. the population ages and new surgical techniques speed up recovery time. amazingly 80% to 90% of americans experience debilitating back pain at some point in their lives. jennifer works as a school bus driver and a housekeeper, but she is suffering from severe nerve pain down her leg keeping her from working and sleeping. >> i'm nervous, and i'm anxious, but i'm also glad that it will be over with, and that i'll be able to sleep slew the night again hopefully. >> reporter: her surgeon is dr. kevin mcguire. >> in h
you and to ranking member costello, as well for his support ongoing over the years. and to distinguished members of the subcommittee. on behalf of them on 40,000 crew members of jetblue airways i thank you for the opportunity to be heard this morning. the certainly to discuss nextgen. delighted to be here at this testimony. this morning i like to begin by thanking you, mr. chairman, for genuine passion on this topic. educating all americans about the importance of nextgen. i know we've spent time over the years we think about of course her home state, robust aviation community in a state of wisconsin and what happens over the course of most spectacular week of the year at the oshkosh air show with the eaa. and with that said i also juxtapose my thoughts and comments regarding not just a home base of operations that come from, at new york's john f. kennedy airport, the congestion and airspace challenges that we have across places like the new york metropolitan area, philadelphia, and certainly airports here in the metropolitan washington area. all that said, mr. chai
who went you asked they liked the fast cars. jammy costello -- jamie costello filed this report. >> reporter: it's pretty cool to see the city turn into a hot wheels track. >> they configure the track. >> reporter: going as fast as you can down pratt street and how much fun is that. >> you see people driving a car did you -- car but at that speed under that control is an amazing thing. >> reporter: they came from ohio, kentucky florida and connecticut. >> i have an aunt who lives here in baltimore, and so it's a nice free weekend roar got a freebie but to you was it worth it. >> it's fun. >> a good experience. >> it's so much fun. >> reporter: here the woman we have to ask hanging out with other women drivers. >> all the race does is give us an opportunity to spotlight what wiew we know and what -- what we know, what a great place the city is. >> reporter: she didn't skate around issue. >> i wish i could go into racing i drive fast enough probably toofast. >> reporter: what did you come down here for. >> horsepowers and watch wrecks. >> we have good action in front of us. things
the ironman and the o's continuing the dream run and jamie costello is telling the ghost of baltimore he a baseball past you are back and so are you. >> reporter: you came back and pull the orange out of the closet and came back. >> okay, my gosh it feels grade. 14 years and you can get it done this year. >> reporter: on an omotion -- emotional day how about this moment. brooks and cal hero and hero. and the brother speaks. >> it's about a guy that cared about what he did on the field, cared about what he did off the field, and cared about how he did it on the field and how he did it off the field. he still does. thank you sir. >> reporter: he came back and draped the railing pointed out superstars in the crowd like earl and eddie and another star speaks. >> cal has exceeded all expectations not only as a baseball player, but as a human being. >> reporter: and for that, you get a statue. 17 years to the night he broke the iron horse's record the ironman gets his bronze. >> i am taking a lap around the ball park. >> reporter: he took a lap around the statue and orioles greeted the yankees
will start with carol costello. >>> the filmmaker that sparked international protests is arrested and held without bond and nothing to do with the controversial movie trailer. >>> and refs return and fans show their appreciation. it was a standing ovation but it did not take long for fans to return to their bioing ways. even before new orleans states in' coaches and players were accused of a bounty program offering payouts for big hits on opponents another team may have beat them to the punch. a pee-wee football team. now a former assistant coach is blowing the whistle. >>> combining religion with technology. we're talking to the man who invented a bible lab aiming at bringing the good book into the 21st century. newsroom starts now. good morning to you. happy happy friday. i'm carol costello and begin this hour with the man who ignited so much violence around the world from nakoula basseley nakoula. picture pictures earlier this month. even he couldn't decide which name to give the judge. according to these documents, he has used at least 17 fake names. it's the web of lies, not the in si
" with carol cost eello. good morning. >> thank you, brooke. good morning to all of you. i'm carol costello. the anti-american violence spreading in the middle east. protesters in yemen scale the embassy walls and set fires. in cairo, egypt, force used tear gas there. it is over a film that was produced in the united states and said to be insulting to islam. >>> u.s. drones join the manhunt for those who killed a u.s. diplomat and three other americans. concerns over the tep id response by the new regime in egypt. >> i don't think that we would consider them an ally, but we don't consider them an enemy. >> we're covering every angle of this developing story. first, let's take a step back and look at how things have unfolded over the past 48 hours. the outrage first ignited tuesday in egypt. protesters converged on the embassy. within hours, crowds gathered outside benghazi, libya. armed militants killed the u.s. ambassador and three of the staffers. today, crowds storm the u.s. embassy in yemen. riot police eventually turned them back with tear gas. also today, demonstrators turn out in ira
morning, commimanager, costello with the department and i'm pleased to be before you to discuss the negotiation agreement with marina degaussing, it is a vacant fenced in 720 square foot building with a 150 square foot patio sitting on the edge of marina green where fill more street will cross the park, it has sat idle for many year, for those of you who don't know what a marina degaussing station is, it is to assist and reduce any electromagnetic field thus maiming it less likely to be detected or lured to air and naught -- nautical lines, a little bit of the opportunity that was proposed last year, there was a proposal in april, 2011 for an operation of a restaurant, the department believes that the marina degaussing station is an ideal area for a restaurant, it is an area that is not well served by food options, the department sought experienced and professional restaurant tour to operate a high quality restaurant to serve visitors. the department convened a selection panel to view the responses of the rfp which consisted of the members of community, the department staff and
to her. >>> "cnn newsroom" with carol costello begins now. >> stories we're watching right now in the "newsroom." >> do you fear that war is imminent? >> the united nations has a warning for the iranian president. cool it. but mahmoud ahmadinejad already has strong words for israel as he gears up for his big speech in new york city. >>> a dramatic search for survivors on one of the world's highest mountains. now rescue crews are deciding whether they'll be able to find any more survivors. >>> high school students in new york can now get more than just an education at school. officials are handing out the morning after pill to teens. some of their parents likely don't know a thing about it. >>> plus this -- >> the ball hit the ground. it was an incomplete ss. >> did you see this reaction? patriots coach bill belichick kbr grabs a referee after a last second loss. he's not the only coach fuming at questionable calls made by the replacement refs. the replacement refs. "newsroom" begins right now. -- captions by vitac -- >>> good morning to you. thank you so much for
around for the news at 5 and 6 with jamie costello and kelly swoope and wyatt everhart. >>> can something detect cancer give you cancer. >> quite possible according to a study. they say mammograms and x-rays could raise the risk but only with certain women. we will explain. >> going to make you gasp on this friday. the video incredible and what's more so the maryland trooper is okay. is this we are talking about 90s today and # 0s for the weekend -- 80s for the weekend. i will tell you what to expect as we head into the beginning of next week. that's coming. >> reporter: and i am mike masco. we have a mess at 695. essex to dundalk big delays. that's coming on the other side of the break. >>> friday morning this is your abc2 news to go i am megan pringle. >> i am charley crowson the let's kick it off with lynette charles with the forecast. >> check out what's going on behind me. we like that sight don't we? a beautiful sunrise this morning. mixed in with few high cloud in man chfter. see the -- manchester. see the sun-cloud mix throughout the day. a little humidity issues once again this m
and stick around because abc2 news at 5:00 and 6:00 with jamie costello and kelly swoope will follow. >>> a police officer and president obama's motorcade was killed in a highway accident sunday during the visit to west palm beach. police say a pickup truck hit officer bruce st. lawrence motorcade, pushing him in to a guardrail. he was traveling ahead of the president's motorcade. he was preparing to close access to the highway when the accident happened. president obama sent condolences to the family. >>> a boat overturned. the group was on a dragon boat saturday afternoon. the boat was an oversized canoe. it had several people on board. no one was hurt. not clear what caused the boat to overturn. >>> a 12-year-old boy called a hero after steering his family to safety. his dad was having a seizure while he was driving. he knew his family was in danger, his 9-year-old sister has special needs and in the backseat. he grabbed the steering wheel, pulled the car to safety and dialed 911. his mother credits her son with saving the family and count less people on the busy road. >>> this is
syndrome.carolyn costello talked to them. 3 hii home video show bede vanderhorst at a journey concert.the 16-year-old boy called up onnstage and given a guitar by the band.his parents describe him as outgoiig, fuu- say the son they love was hey singled out and discriminated againss because he has down syndrome"we were not aalowed on the plane because this man saw my son and maae a decision."joan and robert spoke wiihhus tthough skype, tell us as they waated to board an americannairlines flight with their son, they were told they weren't allowed on.(nats)"ok mm question is why are you singling me ouu and saying -- why aren't you telling them and them and them all thoss people who childreen they have to ...""this is a cootrolled area, you should not be recording this."joan pulled out her cell phone and began to videotapee documenting what she believes civil ights anddthe americans who was labbled aaflight riss -- can be seen in the video &psitting at the gaae, quietly video, youucan hear jjan sobbing and her husband &pexpressing disbelief. (nats/graahic)"he's behaving. he's demonstrati
and watch abc2 news at 5:00 and 6:00, with jamie costello and kelly swoope. >>> 6 siblings found a place to call their own. >> introducing you to brothers and sisters treated like royalty in their new home. what does fall smell like? head north, to someplace pristine like acadia national park. there is nothing like the parks this time of year. the falling leaves, the crisp air, the perfect inspiration for air wick's fall collection. yeah, when i smell all those things, i know fall is in the air. the fall collection brought to you by air wick and the national park foundation. something in the air wick. >>> six otters found a new home at six flags great adventure in jersey. >> check out these six brothers and sisters. first introduced to their new pool. it's inside the safari discovery area of great adventure, visitors will be able to see them. >> they are like kids in that they are very playful. they will play with anything. >> these guys and girls need to be bottle fed. they were six weeks old when they arrived. they are sleeping through the night, trainers were bringing them home for ov
synnrome.carolyy costello talked to them. 3 his home video show bede panderhorsttat a journey concert.the 16-year-old boy called up on stage anddgiven a guitar by the band.his parents loving and charming, but they say the son they love was singled out and discriminated against because he has down syndrome"we were not allowed on the plane because this man saw my son and made a decision."joan and robert spoke with us through skype, tell us as they waited to board an american irlines flight with their son, they weee told they weren't allowed on.(nats)"ok y uestion is why are you singling me out and saying -- why aren't you telling them and them and them all those people who children they have to ...""this is a controlled area, you shoold not be recorring this."joan pulled out her cell phone and began to videotape, documenting what she believes was a violation of her son's civil rights and the americans with disabilities act.her son who was labeled a flight risk -- can be seen in the viieo sitting at the gate, uietly playiig with hhs the video, you can hhar joan sobbing and her
'm jamie costello. coming up all new at 6:00, how often do you text compared to how often you talk. we look at how your fingers are doing all the talking instead of your lips. >>> plus, buying a new home can be confusing. abc2 news is working for you to make sure you don't get scammed when it comes to your deed. those stories and more at 6:00. bp gasoline with invigorate. which helps clean and protect its engine so it can get a few more miles per tank than the car on the left. abut it'll become so much more. concrete and steel... a new world-class resort casino in maryland. two thousand construction jobs to build it. four thousand permanent, good-paying jobs when it's done. hundreds of millions for maryland schools... real oversight to make sure the money goes... where it's supposed to. but none of it will happen unless we vote for... question seven this november. vote for question seven. and help build a better future for maryland. >>> experts predicted september might be the time we see relief at the pumps, but the prices are still hi sky i-the damage from the hurricane is not -- the blen
morning maryland. and jamie costello and i are having a competition to come up with the best orioles cheer go to to vote for me, please. stay with us. much more coming up. >>> making news around the nation this morning. a boat capsized near a beach in florida and official want to know where it came from because it overturned and it was carrying nearly 150 pounds of marijuana. people on the beach near jacksonville helped officials carry several large packages of the drugs onshore. and they do believe that the boat belongs to drug muggleers -- smuggleers but they are looking for information. a man in washington state didn't pay too much attention when he found a couple dead bees around his yard it. turns out he had an invasion of dead bees living on his property. they are called zombie bees. they had a parasite that causes them to fly at night erratic radcally and die. sound like a -- eradically and then die. they are not sure how the pair side is infested the behive but they are looking into it. >>> you may remember hearing about this transportation officials are saying get rea
's. no rest for jamie costello. he's got the hardest job of all. look at you in that nice new jacket. >> reporter: we've doesn't tonight and tomorrow night. we're off on thursday to watch the ravens and come back here on friday, saturday and sunday for the red sox. this would be nice -- it would be nice if this were a are fact world and we could clinch it at him and have the cham pain in our own locker room. if not, we'll pop the cork in tampa. they are a game in front of the oakland a's. in the yankees and orioles would end up tied at the end of the regular season, there would be a playoff. guess where that game would be? right lear in baltimore. hold on to that. again, the wild card seats are all sold out. first two games right here at home all sold out but we have to concentrate on tonight's game. joe saunders, aaron laughy. perfect weather. the layoff push is on, kelly. one game at a time, all important win. >> one game at a time. we're ready. all right. we'll see you in a little bit. >>> coming up lots of families are making their holiday travel plans. what you should know befor
. jamie costello is the biggest chore leader. jamie, what are the fans saying. i've seen so much orange than i've seen in years. >> let's be frank about this. these are the playoffs this week and next. that's a winner takes all. they're leading 4-0 as we go into the top of the 7th inning. i want to show you this line has been nonstop sense 9:00 this morning. it has been a long time since we have seen a walkup like this. we set shop up on the deck in center field where adam jones sent his 32nd home run of the year followed by a solo shot and steve johnson, five shutout innings. let's hear from the fans tonight. >> going to win the division. no wild cards. >> this just happens to be her first season as an o's fan. it's been a great season. we're excited. >> everybody's excited. let me tell you what the orals are doing. this is a catholic school. some 30 schools sent in pictures of their gyms, fields, class roms decorated. in third place halsted academy. jim johnson, the great reliever won the roberto clem men ti award. brooks robinson day coming up on saturday. so if you have a sun, a dau
-0. they have a chance to redeem themselves in the final night of the series. jamie costello is live at camden yards. after they had the last shutout in tampa, they went on to win 5-0. so we have to keep hope alive. >> reporter: we lose yesterday and come back strong today. we got to win tonight, right, joe? >> yes. >> reporter: what do you think, patty? >> we'll be the good luck charm. >> reporter: the o's are smelling it in the water. you are jim dwyer's daughter. jim dwyer was one of my favorites. as your favorite, he's one of your favorites, too. >> i guess. >> reporter: isn't this exciting? what's with the horse's head? >> i saw it on the internet and saw a bunch of asian people wear tsmght i'm up set with the asian culture, so i had to have this. >> reporter: okay get on inside. let's see what the orioles are up to. they were stretching. they went through batting practice. game team tonight is at 7:0 -- time tonight is 7:05. now we're two games behind the yankees. if we win we will still be a game and a half. so all of the games are important. listen, if you want to come down to orioles
competition of our own. jamie costello and lauren cook showing off their orioles pride in the hopes you will pick which one is a bigger fan. we want to know which one had a better cheer. you can see deos, weigh in and vote, let us know which one is the favorite. do we have any idea what the standings are. >> i checked last night, i had 7 4%, but please keep the votes coming. a lot of people said he should be spelling out orioles, but i can't knock him. it's good. >> megan is showing her o's spirit again because you have the mug out once again. >> do you watch that mug. >> i wash it every day after the show. it's just gross because my lipstick is on it. >> and we all have our purple on and we're talking about orioles baseball and lynette's over here doing this. >> baseball to football, people want to know how the weather's going to be tonight for kick off. >> there could be rain but i don't think any thunderstorms, so come equipped. bring your poncho. can't have the umbrella in the stadium. but rain or shine, we are going to win. we look at the radar and we see thunderstorms
and 83 coming up on good morning maryland. and jamie costello and i are having an orioles competition to see who can come up with the best team here. go to to watch and vote. please vote for me. stay tuned. much more coming up next. >>> thanks for staying with us, news around the nation, a burger with onions has left an oregon man behind bars. he claims he found onions on his burger after leaving the fast food restaurant. he asked for a refund and was told he couldn't get one because the burlinger had been eaten. he's facing -- burger had been eating. he's facing harassment and criminal charges an suv crashed through a restaurant in atlanta. emergency workers say someone on the sidewalk and two passengers in the suv were injured. the restaurant wasn't opened when the crash happened. it's not clear what the driver was doing when he crashed into the building. >>> she's 12 years old but knows her way around the pool tables in minnesota. pillarson has been playing pool alongside her dad. and larson is so good at pool she recently one the national title in her age group which
. a game and a half in front of the oakland a's and the wild card. jamie costello, abc2 news. >>> a government report finds good news when it comes to prescription drug abuse. among young adults use is down. the study show as 14% drop for 18 to 25-year-olds last year. public education initiatives and drug monitoring programs are being credited for the decline. >>> the fight against the west nile virus continues in baltimore county. mosquitoes carry west nile, transmitting it into humans through bites. most people with west nile present with mild flu symptoms. people in the area should stay indoors during the spraying. it will take place after 7:30 tomorrow night as long as the weather is decent. >>> if you're in the market for a home, you know that prices are creching up. recently released data shows the average price of homes in major markets are at a nine-year high. average home prices went up 1.6% between june and july, returning prices to their best level in nine years. the price increase is being credited to record low mortgage rates and tighter supply of homes that are
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